The Bundesliga giants have always claimed that they do not intend to part with the valued assets in the next transfer window.
The club officials are expecting the winger to spend “next year” in Germany
Jadon Sancho may generate a lot of speculation about the potential big-money moves to Manchester United or Liverpool. Still, Sebastian Kehl, head of Borussia Dortmund’s player licensing department, expects the winger to spend “next year” in Germany. The Bundesliga giants have always claimed that they do not intend to part with the valued assets in the next transfer window. Tempting offers can still force their hand. But Sancho remains a large part of the long-term vision at Signal Iduna Park. Dortmund moved away from identifying potential replacements for the 20-year-old, with interest in promising Valencia midfielder Ferran Torres. Maintaining Sancho’s services is currently considered a top priority, regardless of what seemed endless rumors might suggest.
The Premier League clubs are chasing for Sancho’s signature
In anticipation of the last match against Fortune Düsseldorf. Kehl was shocked by England international’s future and told reporters: “We expect Jadon to play with us next year”. It is believed that those at Old Trafford chased Sancho, while Ole Gunnar Solskjaer returned to the market for a further attack on inspiration. However, some attributes Liverpool to the forefront of a long line. Le 10 Sport are among those who said that Jürgen Klopp is now winning the contest for one of the most coveted signatures in European football. However, Kehl sought to rubbish these allegations, saying that the rumors in France “do not correspond to the truth”. Sancho offered no sign that he was looking for a way out of Dortmund. And the young man was ready to let others discuss his plans.
He has, however, expressed his anger at the football authorities in Germany. And the DFL fined him for having a haircut during a coronavirus-enforced lockdown. There were also reports of alleged back to England that were not always sanctioned by his club. But Dortmund sought to hang this flame. Therefore, it is not yet clear whether any of the parties who are said to be pursuing Sancho will try to provoke a transfer scramble in the coming weeks by putting the proposal on the table and checking the determination of those at BVB to keep their exciting talent in their books.